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  • Plugin Author Matthew Boynes

    (@mboynes)

    Hi Khoryolis,
    I’ve never used that plugin specifically, but the strings are generated with i18n in mind, and nothing in SuperCPT would preclude the strings from being translated. Specifically, I used WordPress’ _x i18n function, which defines a string to have a context, and I set the context to be the custom post type name.

    For instance, say you setup a post type employee. By default, your singular and plural strings are “Employee” and “Employees”. The translatable context is “employee”, and the individual strings are:

    Employees
    Employee
    New Employee
    Add New Employee
    Edit Employee
    New Employee
    View Employee
    Search Employees
    No Employees found
    No Employees found in Trash
    Parent Employee:

    If for some reason qTranslate won’t allow you to translate these, you should alert that plugin’s author to the issue.

    Best of luck!

    Okay, thank you,I’ll find a way to reach my needs and keep you in touch.

    Bye.

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